You’ll have a number of questions when going through the home loan process. We’ve aimed to answer all of them in our first home buyers’ FAQ.
We’ve broken down the common loan application process, to help you understand what to expect when applying for your first home loan.
Mortgage protection insurance (MPI) covers the property owner against losing the means of settling the mortgage should the worst happen. We explain the merits of this product in more detail.
Stamp duty is a tax levied against the sale of property and land transfer, and can impact on your home buying budget. Find out how it is calculated.
How much can you borrow? What will your repayments work out to be? Check out our handy home buyers’ FAQ to find out.
There are four common types of home loans in Australia: variable, fixed, split, and interest only. Each type has its advantages and trade-offs.
There are a number of documents you will need to submit when you apply for a home loan. We outline those in detail.
If you have an investment property, you have the option of managing it yourself or getting an agent to do it. We’ve listed the advantages and disadvantages of both options.
Find out more about negative gearing, self managed super funds (SMSFs), the difference between home and investment loans, and other commonly-asked questions.
We have a great information hub for property investors, covering negative gearing, conveyancing and more.
Investment property costs can be split into two categories: one-off costs before the purchase, and the ongoing charges. Our list details both categories.
As a homeowner, your needs may change over the years. Whether you need extra funds to renovate, or you’re eager to buy an investment property, it’s important to know if refinancing is the right option for you.
We explain how refinancing works to help you make an informed decision, should you want a better deal on your home loan.
We list the answers to common questions about refinancing in our handy FAQ.
For most people, reviewing their mortgage comes down to looking for a better deal for their circumstances. We list some of the most common reasons to consider refinancing.